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Numbers in Ligurian

Details of how to count in Ligurian, a Romance language spoken in Liguria in northern Italy, and in France, Monaco and Sardinia.

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Numeral Cardinal
0 zêro
1 un
2 doì/doe
3 trei/træ
4 quattro
5 çinque
6 sei
7 sette
8 eutto
9 neuve
10 dexe
11 onze
12 dozze
13 trezze
14 quattòrze
15 chinze
16 sezze
17 dïsette
18 dixeutto
19 dixineuve
20 vinti
21 vintiun
22 vintidoì/vintidoe
23 vintitrei
24 vintiquattro
25 vintiçinque
26 vintisei
27 vintisette
28 vinteutto
29 vintineuve
30 trenta
40 quaranta
50 çinquanta
60 sciuscianta
70 settanta
80 ottanta
90 novanta
100 çento
200 duxento
300 trexento
400 quattroçento
500 çinqueçento
600 seiçento
700 setteçento
800 euttoçento
900 neuveçento
1000 mille
2000 doamïa
1 000 000 un mion
1 000 000 000 un miliardo

Notes

Sources: https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lingua_ligure#Numeri
http://www.zeneize.net/grafia/numeri.htm

Details of Ligurian numbers compiled by Michael Peter Füstumum

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